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  1. The origin of peer feedback: They need to notice the error first

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  2. Taking your turn in dialogues: Speaking too soon or too late can change how fluency is perceived

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  3. Learners re-use the grammar of the people they are speaking with, face to face or via computer chat, and this helped learning direct questions but not indirect questions

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  4. Your recall of spoken utterances from a second language tells us about your proficiency in that language

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  5. What types of group composition and task design is more effective for mobile-based telecollaboration?

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  6. Sentence complexity differs between writing and speaking in child second language learners

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  7. Why is using multilingual resources beneficial while learning another language?

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  8. Relations between complexity, accuracy and fluency in EFL teachers’ utterances and gestures

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  9. Immigration law and adult migrant language education

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  10. What interactional features to teach and assess for pragmatically appropriate conversation?

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